The term “center for independent living” means a consumer‑controlled, community‑based, cross‑disability, nonresidential private nonprofit that is designed and operated within a local community by individuals with disabilities and provides an array of independent living services.
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Classes are taught by multiple trainers leading different versions of each exercise, making them universally designed as they allow people of widely differing ability levels to all participate together.
Offerings include Fitness, Yoga, Zumba, Boxing, Meditation, & Healthy Cooking. Live & On-Demand.
Sometimes life gets challenging or overwhelming. In an effort to help students and staff explore strategies to deal with those challenges we have created this space A Virtual Calming Zone. Discover new years to manage life and regulate your emotions.
Accessibility options in the day-to-day lives of people with disabilities are so important that they are actually designated as a human right by the United Nations. Often, the discourse regarding disability accommodations centers around accessibility in the public sphere, such as in school or the workplace. However, the area in which accessibility is most vital is actually in the homes of people who live with disabilities.
Visual impairment can make navigating the internet a challenge, but it is far from impossible.
Many computers come with built-in tools you can use to interact with the web. Adding elements to your computer can help you do even more. Furthermore, web designers use techniques to make some sites more accessible for people with vision loss.
Please contact us and we can help guide you to many community resources including: area support & advocacy groups, assistive technology, disability awareness, reasonable accommodations, advocacy & rights, recreational resources, communication resources, and more.
The EMPOWER Scholarship, administered by Courage Kenny Foundation, encourages and supports ethnically diverse students who are pursuing a career in the medical or rehabilitation field.
Applicants must identify how they will use their education and training and demonstrate their interest in rehabilitation. Selection is based on the applicant’s stated intentions, past achievements, need, and graduation ranking.
A list of resources for parents of and students with disabilities. This resource will assist you in planning for transitioning out of high school and the agencies that can assist you. In addition, a transition road map to help you on your way!
Reliable and fast internet access is in huge demand. We’ve put thousands of hours into our extensive research. They rank internet providers by the amount of coverage they provide in the area and these rankings are completely unbiased.
Determining what methods of security would be best for a senior’s specific situation is the first step to deciding what products to purchase that will give caregivers peace of mind and help them relax.